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    Default relative pronoun.

    Which sentence is better? Please help.Thanks.
    1. The people who are injured go to the court to prove their case.
    2. The people who go to the court to prove their case are injured.

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    Default Re: relative pronoun.

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    #1 is semantically much more reasonable.
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    Hi Mister Micawber,
    Thanks for your help.

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